A ghost from our past comes back to haunt us, Sacnoth is still kind of around in 2020, and the ACCC rules against EB Games and Sony in the news of the week!
Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition has been released on consoles, Kingdoms of Amalur has been resurrected from beyond the grave, and the Polymega console looks like a scam in the news of the week!
Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, and Iliya inaugurate the Imitanis Literature Corner with a special-edition full-length comedic reading, considerably lightening the mood after a discussion of the modern trend towards the erosion of property ownership. Penury ahoy!
Lusipurr is joined by SiliconNooB and Mel in an evaluation of England’s continuing poor form with the bat and bad luck with the ball. A rambling trip through the week’s news, and the games of yesteryear, rounds out an extended-length, pre-holiday podcast.
It is well past Lusipurr’s bedtime when SiliconNooB returns from his afternoon constitutional. Nevertheless, the daring duo forges on, with Lusipurr increasingly incomprehensible, and SiliconNooB increasingly offensive. Bundles of sticks are mentioned.
Capcom is punished for poor decisions while Level-5 is rewarded for theirs, Epic disbands studio comprised of former 38 Studios developers, and Rayman Legends goes multiplatform in the news of the week.
More bad news and faux pas for Nintendo’s Wii U console, while Warren Spector’s Junction Point Studios has been dissolved by Disney.
When SiliconNooB and Blitzmage bristle at the idea of paying moderate taxes that will provide for the conservation of historical sites, Lusipurr is forced to explain the value of preserving classical heritage–a principle in which he leads by example.
For the second time running, Lusipurr cannot remember what episode he is recording–but all is well, for this week he has assembled the first panel comprised solely of intelligent, cultured, industrious men. A veritable deluge of sophistication awaits!
Rhode Island strikes out, The Longest Journey is to receive another sequel, and Feminism ‘gets all up in your’ Halo in this week’s news.
The day of Amalur’s reckoning arrives, pirates prefer DRM in their Witcher, and Konami bares its dirty linen in this week’s revealing news facsimiles.
When Kingdoms of Amalur developers 38 Studios and Big Huge Games close their doors due to financial mismanagement, recently unemployed developers-at-large Nate ‘Bup’ Liles and Chris Privitere arrive unbidden on the doorstep of Lusipurr.com. Hijinx ensue.